Items where Author is "Amoo, Emmanuel O."
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Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Ola-David , Oluwayomi and Olurinola, Isaiah Oluranti and Fadayomi, Theophilus O. (2016) Female Youth in Street Trading: Implications for Sexual Harassment in HIV/AIDS Risky Environment. Journal of South African Business Research, 2016 (2016). pp. 1-12.
Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Ajayi, Mofoluwake and Idowu, Adenike E. and Oni, Gbolahan and FADAYOMI, Theophilus O. and Omideyi, Adekunbi K. (2015) Are Men’s Reproductive Health Problems and Sexual Behavior Predictors of Welfare? American Journal of Men’s Health. pp. 1-10. ISSN AJMH598832, DI1:10:1177/155798832
Wusu , Onipede and Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2015) Fertility Behaviour and Wealth Situation in Nigeria: Evidence from 2013 Demographic and Health Survey. Social Indicators Research , 122 (3). ISSN 1573-0921
Adetoro, Gbemisola and Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2014) A Statistical Analysis of Child Mortality: Evidence from Nigeria. Journal of Demography and Social Statistics, 1 (1). pp. 110-120.
OLURINOLA, Isaiah Oluranti and FADAYOMI, Theophilus O. and Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Ola-David , Oluwayomi (2014) Internal Migration and Welfare of Street Traders in the Urban Informal Economy of Nigeria. Journal of South African Business Research (21/145). (Submitted)
Adetoro, Gbemisola and Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Ekanem, Ini-Mfon B. and Ajayi, M. P. and Olawole-Isaac, A. and Akanbi, Moses A. (2014) Vulnerability of Children of Street Trading Nursing Mothers to Diseases in Urban Nigeria: Strategies for Mitigation. International Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences . (Submitted)
Idowu, Adenike Esther and Edewor, Patrick and Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2014) Working Conditions and Maternal Health Challenges in Lagos State, Nigeria. Research on Humanities and Social Sciences, 4 (9). pp. 136-147. ISSN ISSN (Online)2225-0484 (Online)
Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Akanbi, M.A (2013) Variations in demographic correlates of contraceptive usage among married women in Nigeria (1999-2008). Scottish Journal of Arts, Social Sciences and Scientific Studies, 13 (2). pp. 186-189. ISSN ISSN 2047-1278
Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Ogbeide, Francis (2013) The impact of male reproductive health problems on conjugal satisfaction: implications on women fertility. The International Journal of Social Sciences. ISSN 2305-4557 (Submitted)
Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2012) Socio-economic perspectives of male sexual challenges and inter-spousal communication in a mono-cultural setting. Gender and Behaviour, 10 (1). pp. 4386-4397. ISSN 1117-1421
Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2012) Emerging Teen Fatherhood and its implications for National Development. Journal of Population Association of Nigeria, 4 (1). pp. 93-111. ISSN 1597-0612
Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Ola-David , Oluwayomi and OLURINOLA, Isaiah Oluranti and Fadayomi, Theophilus (2012) Street trading activities and maternal health in urban areas of Nigeria. . Global Journal of Human Social Sciences, 12 (Issue ). pp. 46-55.
Adeyemi , Ezekiel O and Adisa , Waziri B. and Atere , Akinwole A. and Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2009) Economic Reforms, Living Conditions and Urban Violence: A Situation Analysis of Metropolitan Lagos. Ethiopian Journal of Environmental Studies and Management, 2 (2).
Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2008) Economic Impact of Health Insurance Scheme and its awareness towards attainment of Vision 2020. Lagos Journal of Banking, Finance & Economic Issues, 2 (2). pp. 180-190. ISSN 2006-3776
Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Omideyi, Adekunbi K and Fadayomi, Theophilus O. (2015) Impacts of Male Reproductive Health Diseases on Conjugal Satisfaction in Nigeria and Wives’ Coping Strategies. In: Demographic Issues in Nigeria: Insights and Implications. Author House Publishers, Bloomington, USA, USA, pp. 31-54.
Adetoro, Gbemisola and Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Ola-David , Oluwayomi (2014) SEXUALITY IN INDIGENOUS MIGRATION WITHIN URBAN SPRAWL IN NIGERIA: IMPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT. In: Trajectory to Industrial Development in Nigeria. Cardinal Prints Ibadan, Ibadan, pp. 415-427. ISBN 978-978-52506-1-9
Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2013) Social media and adolescent sexuality: implications HIV/AIDS incidence in Nigeria. In: A Panoply of READINGS in Social Sciences: Lessons for and from Nigeria. ISBN, 1 . Department of Sociology, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria, Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria, pp. 145-162.
Conference or Workshop Item
Odewale, B.J. and OIadosun, M. and Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2016) Fertility Desire and Contraceptive Use among Women in Nigeria. In: 3rd International Conference On African Development Issues (CU-ICADI), May 9- May 11 2016, Covenant University, Ota, Nigeria.
Azuh, Dominic E. and Azuh, Akunna E. and Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Akanbi, M. A. and Fasina, Fagbeminiyi (2015) Ending the Communicable and Non-communicable Diseases Divide in Nigeria. In: NIGERIAN INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL RESEARCH 6TH ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE, Tuesday, 1Oth -Thursday, 12th November 2015, Nigerian Institute of Medical Research 6 Edmund Crescent Yaba, Lagos.
Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Adetoro, Gbemisola and Olawole-Isaac, A. (2013) Effects of Adolescents Exposure to Sexual Contents on Social Media in Nigeria. In: Paper No. 203, Peer-Reviewed Conference Proceedings, 22nd International Business Information Management Conference (IBIMA), ISBN: 978-0-9860419-1-4., November 2013, ROME, ITALY.
Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2013) Male reproductive health challenges, fertility desire and coping strategies among young couples. In: 2nd Climate Change and Population Conference on Africa. Regional Institute of Population Studies, University of Ghana, Accra., June 2013, University of Ghana, Legion, Accra.
Ogunrinola, I. O. and FADAYOMI, Theophilus O. and Amoo, Emmanuel O. and Sodipe, O. A. Occupational health and safety for informal sector workers: the case of street traders in Nigeria. In: Annual Conference of International Academy of African Business and Development (IAABD), 2012, El Jadida Polydisciplinary University, El Jadida, Casablanca, Morocco.
Amoo, Emmanuel O. (2012) Male Reproductive Health Challenges and Conjugal Relationships among the Yoruba in Lagos and Osun States of Nigeria. PhD thesis, Covenant University.